People Want Peace … But the Military-Industrial Complex Wants War
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said that a deal with Iran wouldn’t necessarily prevent war.
The U.S. will reserve the right to use military force to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon even if a deal is reached Iran’s nuclear program, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Tuesday.
“The military option certainly will remain on the table,” Carter said as negotiators in Lausanne, Switzerland, struggled to reach an agreement ahead of a March 31 deadline.
“One of my jobs is to make sure all options are on the table,’ Carter said in remarks at Syracuse University and earlier on NBC’s “Today” program.
We thought that Iran getting nuclear weapons was the main reason we were thinking of bombing them. So if a peace deal is signed with the U.S., why are we still talking about bombing them?
What’s going on?
In reality, top American and Israeli military and intelligence officials say that Iran poses no danger.